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Frequently Asked Questions
What nights will Horror Hill be open?
See our dates open page.
How much does it cost per person?
Combo ticket, includes Horror Hill Trail, Vertigo Trail, The Mortuary, and Clown Haus in 3D: $25 - Many extra coupons dates this year. Check out our coupon page.
Toe Tag Sundays: $13 Combo Ticket, select dates.
$5 off coupon select dates.
Do you offer Group Rates?
We offer group rates for groups over 20 people. 20-29 people = $2 off per ticket, 30-39 people = $3 off per ticket, 40-49 people = $4 off per ticket, 50+ people = $5 off per ticket. NOT valid with any coupons, specials or offers. Group discounts are not available on site. Email email@example.com your request with the group name, how many in the group and what date you plan to visit.
What is the minimum age to enter Horror Hill and Vertigo Haunted Trails?
We leave that decision up to the parents or guardians and do not have a minimum age requirement. However, please keep in mind that some children that are very young laugh at the site of someone in a mask or make up, but some will get very scared. Some adults get scared and some don't. Just remember that there will be very dark conditions, loud music, smoke, and scary effects of all kinds.
Can we bring alcohol?
Sorry, but alcohol is prohibited on the property. You will be asked to leave WITHOUT a refund.
Can I drink beer in line?
No. This is an increasing problem. Our Police Officers and Security will be watching the lines very closely. Again, you will be asked to leave without a refund if caught with alcohol.
How long will the Trails take to complete?
Actual time depends on a lot of factors. Some people that do not get scared easily may walk very fast through the trails and complete the trails faster. Horror Hill and Vertigo Haunted Trails starts the minute you enter our parking lot. Monsters haunt the entire 20 acre grounds. You can be "attacked" at any time. With that in mind, your haunting experience will take approximately one hour to complete.
What should I wear?
Do not wear nice or expensive clothing. It is recommended that you wear something casual. It is recommended that you wear older, comfortable shoes.
If I get too scared, can I get a refund?
Sorry, but no refunds are given. Horror Hill has already STARTED when you buy your ticket. If you get scared AFTER you buy your ticket then we have done our job! NO REFUNDS. Make your decision on going in BEFORE you buy your tickets!
Will Horror Hill close if it rains?
Because Horror Hill is mainly an outdoor event, it may be subject to closure in severe weather. We will do our best to post updates on the website in the event of a closure. Be sure to refresh your page for the most up to date information.
Why can I not speak with a human when I call Horror Hill?
We are constantly working in the many acres of Horror Hill to make the shows better. We do try to answer as many calls as possible. Our website covers most all information about Horror Hill. If you do need to contact us, you can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will drinks and food be available?
Yes, there is a concession stand located at the event.
Will strobe lights be used?
Yes, patrons with epilepsy should be aware that strobe lights are used throughout the trail.
How long will I have to wait in line at Horror Hill?
That all depends on when you want to come. Of course we will be busiest on Fridays and Saturdays and Halloween. We also get busier the closer we get to Halloween. To sum it up, if you come early in the season and avoid Fridays and Saturdays then you will have a better chance of not waiting in line.
VIP tickets are also available which will help you avoid most of the lines. These tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket window.
Is Horror Hill wheelchair accessible?
We have worked hard to make Horror Hill as wheelchair friendly as possible. All buildings/structures have ramps at the entrance and exit. However, as Horror Hill is mostly an outdoor event in the woods, with thousands of linear feet of path, some terrain may be challenging to negotiate in a wheelchair. We can provide a staff member to help negotiate any difficult areas. Some areas of our attractions may require the guest to be ambulatory in order to participate (slides, etc.) and can be bypassed if desired. We might also suggest that patrons in wheelchairs avoid attending during or immediately following rainy weather.